Money Man Gets His Mask On

Yep, more Money Man photos! I’m not sure why I named this little cast iron bank that. It just worked at the moment I guess, anyway, he’s now chilling out on the fireplace mantle. No more of him for now… I have several more landscape photos of the desert lined up. πŸŒ΅πŸŒ΄πŸ”

14 thoughts on “Money Man Gets His Mask On

  1. Glad to see he is paying attention to the signs, and that he has his hand sanitizer in the car with him! Nice mask, too. πŸ˜‰

    • LOL, good gosh, I’m having lots of fun with this little dude!! I’ve had a few good comments on that mask. It matches the hitch plug on the back of the truck, where the trailer ball mount goes. An American flag.

    • Thanks, Anneli! People must think I’m a nutter doing this but it’s fun! I need a Canadian Maple Leaf flag too. πŸ˜ŽπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

        • Sorry about this, Anneli. I feel the same way, not because of President Trump, but the rest of the hard-left libtards as I call them. An online friend in the UK has the same opinion of The UK government. It’s really sad.

          • And I’m afraid that when our generation dies out, there will be only the indoctrinated ones left to try to steer the listing boat and they’ll have no idea which way to go.

            • Anneli, I have had that same exact thought so many times. My adult babies are 20 and 30 something. What kind of world are we leaving them? Are we truly responsible? No, not all of us regardless of country. My daughter’s son is a step-son, he’s a wonderful kid, my daughter loves him, and he, her. Hubby is a great (older) man but a fine husband. Respect earned.

              In the States, my view for many years has been the same as you said about indoctrination. I call our public schools ” Indoctrination Stations”. There it is. Many people I have had this conversation with totally agree. That said, why are these Socialists not being removed from offices and other positions?

              • I’m a retired teacher and was very aware that we were not to talk politics to our kids. Nothing that would influence them in that way. It doesn’t seem to be that way anymore, sadly. I think shaping their minds (politically) is the job of the parents.

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